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Terry Road Market

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Ratings: 4
Reviews: 4
rAvg: 3.75
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224 South Terry Rd
Syracuse, New York, 13219
United States
phone: (315) 488-7700
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Place added by: wailingwench on 07-18-2005

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Reviews by wailingwench:
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3.7/5  rDev n/a

The best thing about the Terry Road market is the mix and match sixer for $8. Selections included: Landmark India Red, Smuttynose, Stone, Flying Dog, Ithaca, Lake Placid, Otter Creek, Wolavers, Magic Hat, Brooklyn; bombers of Rogue, Stone, and some other Cali unmentionables, plus some others that have evaded my memory after spending yet another afternoon "sampling" at Middle Ages.

Cheers: The high school girl working the register knew what Lake Placid Frostbite was. Large selection of cholesterol and saturated fat laden tasty morsels placed near the door to remind you that you may get hungry later. Mix and match sixers. The store was originally someones living room.

Jeers: Drove by the place twice, spent a good hour trying to find it. Gave up, went to Middle Ages, was told that Terrry Road Market was indeed on Fay Street. Bare essentials kind of place, looks like a bait shop without the bait.

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3.65/5  rDev n/a

Tiny little store in between houses with a tiny parking lot, but I was pleasantly surprised. Nothing rare or out of the ordinary but they had a nice walk in cooler with a good selection of mostly Upstate NY brews. Saranac, Middle Ages, Sackets Harbor, Ithaca, and some Stone bombers. I was happy to see they sold Schwelmer flip-tops by the bottle. Although all their beer is in the cooler, they do have a mix and match six pack. Very friendly staff, very clean store, and a good selection of munchies as well. Worth a stop if you're in the area, but Brilbeck's definitely has better selection.

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3.8/5  rDev n/a

This is a cool little store. It is a little hard to find if you are not really from the area. It is also pretty small if to blink you will miss it. The selection is alright not great but they do have a reasonable amount of beers that they will let you make mixer sixers with and $8.99 ain’t bad compared to some of the other stores in town when it comes to making mixures of their loose bottles. The service was excellent. There was a nice young girl that was eager to help. She even recommended Brillbeck’s to me. No other beer store has ever gave me directions to another beer store in Syracuse never mind saying I should try another one as well. Another great thing about this store was ALL the beers are cold and they have a nice walk in cooler I was very impressed. Even though the selection was small I don’t think you’ll leave empty handed. There is a lot of NY beer in there too. Oh I almost forgot to mention this place is probably the cleanest beer store in the Syracuse area. All the essential munchies are there as well.

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3.85/5  rDev n/a

Like an oasis in Westvale, this tiny market is tucked away on a side street in Syracuse, and is a nice little surprise. It is basically a very small market with a craft beer selection. I never would have thought from looking at it from the outside, as it looks like a very small house.

I read about this place on this very website, and decided one evening I had to track it down. It kind of sneaks up on you, but they have a surprisingly diverse selection. Lots of seasonals (like Oktoberfests and harvests) as well as a couple residual Belgians (Hoegaarden, Swallow Wit) as well as a nice selection of 22oz Stone Brewery beverages (Arrogant Bastard, Stone IPA, Ruination). It's $8.99 a six-pack, which isn't bad considering the quality of beer, but only really a bargain if you happen to live in that neighborhood. But if I did, I would be there twice a week.

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Terry Road Market in Syracuse, NY
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